Pumpkin Spice Dog Brew Exists Now, and You Can Thank Busch For It

Do you ever have moment that you wish you could pop a cold beer open with your best friend, but then you remember that your BFF is actually a pup? Don't worry, me too. And truth be told, there are plenty of people who are probably in this same boat with us. Thankfully though, with National Dog Day (August 26) pawing its way around the corner, Busch Light seems to be giving us a solution to our problem.

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Following the trend of brands like Krispy Kreme, the iconic beer brand is delivering their own surprising spin on the pumpkin spice trend: the Busch Pumpkin Spice Dog Brew. Made to be the perfect companion sip for well...your companion, this all-natural, alcohol-free drink is made with all pup-safe ingredients: pure pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger, turmeric and water. Absolutely paw-some!

<p>Courtesy of Busch Light</p>

Courtesy of Busch Light

While the news of the brand's step into the PSL craze may be surprising to some, those who consider themselves fans of Busch know that it was only a matter of time because Dog Brew has been a thing for them since 2021. Originally made with bone broth, corn, celery, basil, mint, turmeric, ginger and water, the brew was developed to be a substitute for dogs of all ages and sizes to help promote a healthy digestive system and help those who can't consume dry good food get all of their extra nutrients.

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With the success of its predecessor since its release, it almost seemed like it would be a no-brainer to give man's best friend a tasty fall-friendly sip, too. Available now online, the Pumpkin Spice Dog Brew is sold in 4-packs of 12-ounce cans for $15 (plus shipping) and delivers just 3 calories per can.

Not quite sure how to serve it? As the site notes, this drink can be served as a "tasty nutrition boost, whether it's a liquid treat or to soften dry food." Whichever way you choose to give it to your pup though, I'm more that paws-itive they'll love it. Bone appétit!

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